(Review): Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

Three Sisters. One Throne. A Fight to the Death. That’s the tagline for Three Dark Crowns and it fits this novel perfectly. Think The Hunger Games for magical royal triplets. Three sisters were separated as children and sent to families chosen to best help them with their gifts. Katharine was raised to be the most …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books on my Spring 2016 TBR

It’s Tuesday! And that means it’s time to participate in the meme created by Broke and Bookish where bloggers share their top ten based on a given topic. Today’s Topic is: Books On My Fall TBR List Essentially books I want to read before December comes. I pretty much want to read all the books all …

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(Book Review) Mechanica: A Beginner’s Field Guide by Lance Balchin

In Mechanica: A Beginners Field Guide, the world as we know it has changed. On future Earth, the environmental impact of humans caused many animal and insect species to become extinct. With much of the world inhabitable due to pollution and other issues, a new kind of life was invented. Mechanica, human created lifeforms, were designed to replace …

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Review: The Art of Keeping Secrets by Rachael Johns

When it comes to home grown women’s fiction – Rachael Johns is an author you don’t want to miss. She writes wonderful stories with a local flavour which are relatable, interesting and have some incredible characters. The Art of Keeping Secrets is a novel about three mums and the secrets which threaten to tear their lives apart. …

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Review: Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers

Assassin’s Heart is one book with a truly interesting concept. Families of assassins who see their work as the ultimate way to worship their goddess of death and resurrection. Oleander Saldana, the daughter of the most prominent Family in Lovero, goes on a mission of revenge when her entire family is taken out in single blow. With …

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Top Ten Tuesday: All About That Podcast

It’s Tuesday! And that means it’s time to participate in the meme created by Broke and Bookish where bloggers share their top ten based on a given topic. Today’s Topic is: All About Audio freebie —  aka top ten audiobooks you should listen to, 10 books I want to listen to on audio,10 bands you should …

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Review: Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan

I’m so glad I had the opportunity to read Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer. Rick Riordan has a wonderful touch when it comes to mixing ancient mythology and the modern day world. Magnus Chase is his newest series which combines Norse legends with a teenage boy just trying to get by. Sword of Summer …

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Review: Until Friday Night by Abbi Glines

Until Friday Night is the first book in Abbi Glines’ The Field Party series featuring footballers, cheerleaders and the game which brings the whole town together. With this new series being aimed at a slightly younger audience than her bestselling new adult series, Sea Breeze and Rosemary Beach, I was curious to see what Abbi would …

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Review: Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley

Have you ever read a book which you’ve loved and yet you can’t quite find the words to describe why? Or just how much it made you feel whilst reading it? That is what has happened to me with the book Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley. In many ways that is sort of …

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Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas

NOTE: No spoilers for Empire of Storms will be posted in this review but there may be spoilers for previous books in the Throne of Glass series.  Empire of Storms has been my most anticipated read of 2016. Since reading the first book of the series in 2012, I’ve been in love with the Throne …

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